Stade Sylvio Cator
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Stade Sylvio Cator

The Stade Sylvio Cator is a multi-purpose stadium in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. It is currently used mostly for association football matches, and is turfed with artificial turf.[2]


The stadium bears the name of Haitian Olympic medalist and footballer Sylvio Cator. It was named after him in 1952. Before then the stadium was called the Parc Leconte.[3] and then the Stade Paul-Magloire.[1] It is where the Haiti national football team play its home games. It has hosted the 1973 CONCACAF Championship, where the home team were crowned as champions[4] and the 1991 CONCACAF Women's Championship where the final match between the USA and Canada reached overcapacity of 30,000.[5][6]

The stadium was partly destroyed by the earthquake in Haiti in January 2010, and a tent-city sprouted within its confines.[2]


  1. ^ a b World Cup 1954 - Qualifying
  2. ^ a b Wilentz, Amy (27 January 2010). "A Visit to Soccer City: Living in Postquake Haiti". Time. Retrieved 2010.
  3. ^ Reid, Greg Dr., ed. (11 April 2007). "This Week In Canadian Soccer History" (PDF). McGill University. p. 8. Retrieved 2016.
  4. ^ VI. CONCACAF Nations Cup 1973
  5. ^ Press, ed. (26 October 2014). "CWC Final: All-Time Results & Scorers". CONCACAF. Retrieved 2016.
  6. ^ CONCACAF's Women's Championship 1991

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